Bringing Men into the Conversation

Written by Phil Steiner, PE, Principal and Managing Director, Altieri I am honored and grateful to be the first male contributor to wom(EN)gineer, a blog in which important conversations are happening. Increasing the number of women in our industry and throwing bright light on their contributions simply makes good sense. Achieving diversity within an organization … More Bringing Men into the Conversation

Building from the Ground Up – Experiences of The John L. Altieri 2023 Scholarship Recipient

Written by 2023 Altieri Summer Intern, Maggie Mannella Josselyn Paute is a recent graduate of Brien McMahon High School in Norwalk, Connecticut. On June 8, 2023, she was presented with The John L. Altieri Memorial Scholarship. At BMHS, she was a talented student and leader with a “natural curiosity,” according to one of her teachers. … More Building from the Ground Up – Experiences of The John L. Altieri 2023 Scholarship Recipient

Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month (March) celebrates women’s contributions throughout our history and serves to shine the spotlight on advancing rights and opportunities for women and girls in the U.S. and worldwide. This year, we honored Women’s History Month by supporting the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), specifically the organization’s K-12 outreach program, SWENext. The mission of the Society … More Women’s History Month

Girls Can Be Engineers

Each of us at Altieri recognizes the power of women and is committed to spotlighting the many contributions women make in our field and to our firm. Altieri Associate, Joe Renzulli, showed his commitment to these efforts by bringing to our attention an article in The Norwalk Hour about Jamila Lindo, civil engineer, Norwalk native, … More Girls Can Be Engineers

Starting the Path

Written by Campbell Nystrom, 2022 Altieri Intern I vividly remember sitting in my room with my laptop, nervously pulling up my university’s applicant website. By that point I had received acceptances, rejections, and the mess in between, but this was the application that mattered most. The beginning of my senior year of high school, I … More Starting the Path

Job Interviewing 101

Written by Kari Nystrom, PE, LEED AP BD+C, CPHC, Principal I’ve been interviewing prospective employees for many years — both entry level job seekers as well as more experienced candidates. Often it’s fun; sometimes uncomfortable. When both interviewer and interviewee are prepared and share the same goals, it can (and should) be a meaningful experience for both … More Job Interviewing 101

Altieri Summer Interns Reporting In!

We are rising seniors at School of the Holy Child in Rye, New York, selected to participate in a 2-year program focused on engineering, architecture, and design (EAD). The program exposes us to different engineering and design disciplines and culminates with the opportunity to design a senior thesis exploring a topic that has interested us during … More Altieri Summer Interns Reporting In!